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NewU: Fitness First Personal Trainer (Wii)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
57 customer reviews

Price: £19.95
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  • Build your personalized workouts based on your own objectives. - Get in shape with workout programs built by Fitness First coaches.
  • Choose among 4 real Fitness First personal trainers: 2 males & 2 females
  • More than 80 exercices per trainer for a complete body workout.
  • Train yourself in 4 different locations: Beach, mountain, forest or gym
  • Create your own profile: height, weight, sexe, age, build, food habits and NewU will define a special programm for you.
  • Choose your workout according to your agenda - Train yourself every day and reach your final goal or make a quick workout sets to relax after work or to get active in the morning.
  • Balance your food and match a healthy diet with more than 130 recipes created by You Are What You Eat. - 20 weeks of healthy balanced meals and snacks.
  • Various and tasty recipes.
  • Healthy personalised diet built around your specific requirements (i.e. no wheat / nuts , gluten intolerant)
  • 50 NewU goals specially designed for men and women. - 25 goals for men: Six-pack for summer, New dad, Banish the belly, Slim down.
  • 25 goals for women: Bikini fit, Goodbye tummy, Drop a dress size for the wedding, little black dress, new mum.
  • Access special workout programs to test different skills. - 5 Challenges: Dance, Army, Boxing, Cardio, Football.
  • Wii Balance Board compatible and real interaction with the Wii mote for a more accurate feedbacks on your training.
  • Includes Free 5-Day Guest Membership at Fitness First.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00243FHA4
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 181 g
  • Release Date: 18 Sept. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,686 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Wii Balance Board compatible and real interaction with the Wii Remote for a more accurate feedbacks on your training

ind the right balance between exercise and food and regain a healthy lifestyle!

NewU is an all-in-one fitness and nutrition game concept made to improve your health condition and help you to get in shape. Developed in conjuction with the worlds largest fitness centre chain Fitness First and the nutritional experts from the TV show 'Your Are What You Eat', the game delivers efficient fitness workouts and many nutrional tips. NewU is fully customisable: choose a particular lifestyle objective and the game will create customised workouts and nutrional plans using recipes that complement physical activity.

  • Build your personalised workouts based on your own objectives
  • Get in shape with workout programs built by Fitness First coaches
  • Choose among 4 real Fitness First personal trainers: 2 males and 2 females
  • More than 80 exercices per trainer for a complete body workout
  • Train yourself in 4 different locations: beach, mountain, forest or gym
  • Create your own profile: height, weight, sexe, age, build, food habits and NewU will define a special programm for you
  • Choose your workout according to your agenda
  • Train yourself every day and reach your final goal or make a quick workout sets to relax after work or to get active in the morning
  • Balance your food and match a healthy diet with more than 130 recipes created by You Are What You Eat
  • 20 weeks of healthy balanced meals and snacks
  • Various and tasty recipes
  • Healthy personalised diet built around your specific requirements (i.e. no wheat/nuts, gluten intolerant, etc.)
  • 50 NewU goals specially designed for men and women
  • 25 goals for men: Six-Pack for Summer, New Dad, Banish the Belly, Slim Do

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Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Lesley on 28 Oct. 2009
I can agree with some of the reviews, because, at first it seemed that it wasn't picking up what I was doing (using the balance board or remote), and kept asking if I had stopped, but now I seem to be getting the hang of it. It does seem that you have to be in a particular position for it to stay in the green light, when it counts how many repetitions you have done correctly (if not, it will change to orange then red - and that's when it will ask if you have stopped.) Also, timing is an issue. I am still having problems with squats - but this is improving - as I was originally getting, for example, 7/32, - yesterday I got 26/32 (still a fail) - so I am getting better - slowly. At first, it will ask you to pick your main goal - I picked weight loss - and then a secondary goal - I picked looking good. It will also ask you which foods you like to eat, and will then work out menus - I don't use it for the menus, but it is useful, if you want to do that. Then you are asked to pick 1 of the 4 trainers; 2 men & 2 women. They tell you a bit about themselves - and you don't get a cartoon graphic, once you have picked 1 of them - it's a real person, and then you choose 1 of the 4 backgrounds. It will then work out a plan for you - including a daily workout and menu plan. I try to do a daily workout every day or so - these are only lasting 15 minutes at the moment. Sometimes I will also do an express workout (quick, morning, lunchtime or evening) - which are slightly different to the daily workouts - less repetitions, and then a challenge. You can check your progress, and I am onto week 6 at the moment. This will track your main goal, along with your secondary goal, to see how you are doing. There is also a section for bronze, silver & gold medals.Read more ›
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Old Tyke on 25 Sept. 2009
I got this game yesterday after using EA Sports Active for 2 months. I was less than impressed! But then I have been doing 30-60 mins a day. I did the 15 mins yesterday quite easily. Today the exercises, which are targeted towards your goals, were the same 15 mins, BUT! My pecs, biceps, triceps are SCREAMING! This dvd touches muscles that other ones don't! Yes the trainers at the end of your exercise gesticulating are superfluous! But using the wii fit board adds another dimension, and targets muscles that easa doesn't! I shall use this in conjunction with EASA and MFC!
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Some of the exercises don't register. I reckon that this is that you need to be far enough away and in line with the receptor on the tv. I also had to change my options as weightloss seemed to have loads of pressups! I CANNOT DO PRESSUPS! When I changed to Pilates this was remedied (they still have them but infrequently). It says they wind stuff down if it's too hard, but I can't say I've noticed! BUT you really feel your abs with only 15 mins Pilates and I've lost 1/2 " from my waist in the last 2 weeks!
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By extreme_outdoors on 3 Oct. 2009
Finally a game that has got me dusting the cobwebs off the wii board! After a long break from wii fit I was cringing at getting back on the board and being told I've been gone too long and my weight has gone up. NewU is much kinder and only gives you your weight if you ask for it. Much better. I'd rather track my progress with my BMI than actual weight - though keep in mind BMI doesn't take into account muscle bulk vs fat. It's a great game much better than an exercise DVD as it gives you feedback but I have to agree with other reviews that the sensitivity/connectivity is poor on some workouts with it not recognising the moves you are doing. Very frustrating when I'm straining and sweating and it thinks I have stopped!

I had hoped the routine would be longer than 15mins but it is early days and it may lengthen the routine as I improve. The proof in this game will come in whether you do actually meet your goals - I have set mine to drop a dress size so watch this space...

The recipes are imaginative and inspiring and a novel idea.

Overall a great game - let's see if it has the staying power to keep me active!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By tinkerbell27 on 28 Sept. 2009
I recently received a Wii board for my birthday and was given this game as a present. Being someone who hates going to the gym I have really enjoyed using this game to keep in shape and it is fun. The interation you get with the trainers is great and the exercises can be easy or hard depending on your own goals. I also really love the nutritional information and there are lots of recipes. Plus you can tell the game if you are intolerant to wheat, diary, eggs etc. so you only get recipes suitable for your own needs.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DVD Fan on 5 Sept. 2010
That is something you will hear quite often on this! Unfortunately it does seem to have trouble picking up some of your reps, movements. Which means at the end it says you haven't done as many as you have and get a low completion percentage. Seems to effect the marching jogging most of the time. Going slow and swinging the arms seems to help. However even on the punches it will tell to that haven't done the set amount when you have! So this part is quite frustrating. Also I have to add push ups of any sort using the wii board are very difficult.
On the plus side there are lots of details, the workouts start quite short and build up the amount of exercises and reps each time. It will vary slightly from day to day. You can set a main goal and secondary goal. It has a few test challenges which seem like they could be quite hard. 4 choices of trainer, and background. This will even help choose your meals for you if you want that level of help. I just use it for a quick daily workout. Another issue is not being able to tailor make your own work list of exercises. I have largely used the Wii fit plus so far. That is more fun in terms of games, using the yoga section. The workouts on there are a good mix and you can choose what ones you want to do or create you own combination of exercises. The best thing about this over wii fit is seeing a real person training with you. If you want help right down to diet as well, otherwise I have to say I might be returning to my Wii fit plus very soon!
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